Bee Removal Ft Myers
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You’ve got a bee removal and you’re looking for a solution, FirstChoice can handle any bee removal! Our bee removal service team is waiting to help you with your bee problem. Call today and we’ll have a bee technician out at your home right away!
Bee Removal In Ft Myers
A bee removal done on a sunny afternoon, FirstChoice performed a bee removal from a void in a dormer above a window. There was gallons of sweet honey inside this dormer, approx 60 lbs of hive! This goes to show you if your experiencing a bee problem you need a bee removal specialist. Not pest control, as you want the hive removed. By spraying and leaving them inside you’re causing more damage. Such as…
- Damage to your home due to melted honey.
- Attract more bees, and other insects such as cockroaches, maggot, ants, etc.
- Mold spots (black spots) seeping through to the outside structure of your home.
- Wasting money
Call your bee removal Ft Myers expert today! 855-269-2337 find out why we are one of the best bee removal companies in Florida.
Bee remove Ft Myers, FL – This gorgeous bee hive under a property owners eave was removed alive succesfully and transfered to a bee farm near. When removing a bee hive it’s especially important that your are a trained professional. We do not recommend anyone not qualified to remove a bee hive themselves.
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Bee Removal Company in Ft Myers?
Who should you choose? When calling around to find bee removal Ft Myers, FL be sure to ask many questions. Experienced bee removal companies will know exactly what you’re dealing with after speaking with you and should be able to give you an honest range quote over the phone. Don’t get stung! Make sure your hive is being removed and not sprayed and left inside to rot. Call FirstChoice Bee Removal in Ft Myers and we’ll get the job done right the first time! Everytime!
Beehive Removal in Ft Myers
Today there was a bee removal in Ft Myer, Fl from a wood eave on a single story home. using a vacuum to capture as many of the bees we can. There are a few advantages to the vacuum inlcuding saving bees and thats why I like to use them This is a tool many beekeeper and bee removers use. They will then be transported with their hive. But first we had to remove each plate by hand being very carful not to damage the comb.
Why the Customer Called
The resident noticed there was a problem with bees once their dog started getting attacked by bees. We get these kinds of calls all of the time. That’s why it’s important to call a bee professional right away when you see them trafficing near or in your yard. the residence ended up having to take their dog to the animal clinic. Unfortunetly for this homeowner the bees came from a beekeepers yard not far from them. The beekeeper says she felt bad but it wasn’t her bees fault. Bees typically only attack when provoced but it’s possible these bees could be africanized. however in this situation the pet owner wasn’t convinced. Her dog was only 6 months old but is recovering as well as the owner who was stung multiple times as well due to the bee boxes only being feet away from her Ft Myers home. The pup was hooked to a chain and has multiple stingers in even his eye lids. It a sad sad situation, luckily they call FirstChoice Bee removal in Ft Myers to help them out. The city allows beekeeping on residentual properties as long as they aren’t africanized, but how do you tell?
You can always spot africanized bees because they are super aggressive and attack in big packs. They work harder and faster than the average honey bee. It all started in Brazil the year of 1957 when scientist studied aggressive type of bee that originated in Africa. A few excaped out of a mistake and had outstanding impacts on our European honeybees. These bees adapted and soared in numbers as they swarmed throughout the United States.
Honey Bee Fun Facts
- Honey bees must gather nectar from two million flowers to make one pound of honey.
- One bee has to fly about 90,000 miles to conclude making one pound of honey.
- The average bee will make only 1.5 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.
- A honey bee visits 50-100 flowers each trip.
- A honey bee can fly for up to 6 miles, and as fast as 15 miles per hour.
- A bee’s brain is oval in shape and about the size of a sesame seed, yet it has a remarkable capacity to learn.
- Honey bees communicate with one another by dancing.
- A colony of bees consists of 20,000-60,000 honey bees and one queen. Worker honey bees are female, live for about 6 weeks and do all the work.
- The queen bee can live up to 5 years and is the only bee that lays eggs. She is the busiest in the summer months, when the hive needs to be at its maximum strength, and lays up to 2500 eggs per day.
- Larger than the worker bees, the male honey bees (also called drones), have no stinger and do not work. All they do is mate.
Bee Removal Services
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- Wasp Removal
- Ground Bee Removal
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- Bee Control Services
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